Fort McHenry

Thursday, July 30, 2015People Are Talking about Fort McHenry's celebration of the U.S. Coast Guard.
Sunday, July 5, 2015Fort McHenry is presenting the most colorful military ceremony of the season. Also, we have Basque cuisine.
Ft. McHenry Kicks Off Summer SeasonThe birthplace of the Star Spangled Banner will be a busy place this weekend. The summer season kicks off in a big way at Fort McHenry on Sunday.
Fort McHenry To Host National Civil War Field Music SchoolStudents from across the U.S. will join the National Civil War Field Music School to learn to play authentic music and dress from the Civil War era.
Best National Parks Near BaltimoreThere is a reason that Maryland is called "America in Miniature" and this list of national parks that happily call Maryland their home whilst receiving begrudging admiration from the nation at large prove that this saying isn't just a bunch of talk.
Emergency Repairs Needed On Baltimore's Fort McHenry TunnelWorkers are making emergency repairs to the Fort McHenry Tunnel on Interstate 95 underneath the Baltimore Harbor.
Baltimore City Has A New SloganSeeing green. The numbers are out from the Star Spangled Spectacular and the bicentennial celebration and Baltimore scored big.
Army-Navy Rivalry Comes To BaltimoreIt's about pride. It's about tradition. Derek Valcourt reports on Baltimore hosting the Army-Navy rivalry game for the first time in seven years.
Special Ceremony Recreates Moment Star-Spangled Banner Was WrittenThe Star-Spangled Spectacular celebration holds a special ceremony on the exact anniversary of the birth of the national anthem.
Vice President Biden To Visit Fort McHenryO say can you sneak a peek of the vice president of the United States? If you're in Baltimore, the answer could be yes.
Star-Spangled Spectacular Hosts President Obama For A Tour Of Fort McHenryMore than 1 million people are expected in Baltimore this weekend to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the national anthem.
Museum Traces Fragments Of Star-Spangled BannerIf you happen to find some remnants of woven wool in your attic -- in red, white or blue and marked Fort McHenry -- the Smithsonian Institution would like to know.